DIGP MEETS PRIVATE SECURITY ASSOCIATION LEADERSHIP

The Deputy Inspector General of Police Maj Gen Tumusiime Katsigazi has today Thursday 19th May 2022, met with the leadership of the Uganda Private Security Association {TUPSA}.

The meeting took place at police headquarters in Naguru, and the private security association team was led by their chairman Mr Grace Matsiko.

The meeting was aimed at addressing the issues affecting the performance of private security organizations, the conduct of their personnel, and also listening to the challenges they face in line with their duties.

The DIGP asked them to continue cooperating with the police and consult, where they find challenges.

He urged them to cooperate with other security agencies in order to archive the strategic goal of securing this country

The TUPSA leadership and the DIGP agreed to comply with the resolutions reached.

Source: Uganda Police Force

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